pte 680 injectors?

Posted by caseyk, Nov 20, 2011
Bolt-on Tech - 4G63 intake, exhaust, intake manifold, ignition, fuel system, cooling, etc.

  1. caseyk

    caseyk Proven Member

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    I bought some injectors off craigslist from a dsm'r.
    He told me they were pte 680 injectors. I picked them up for like 50 bucks.
    I just want to verify if they are pte 680 injectors or something else?

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    I would contact PTE and ask them if the engraved numbers is indeed for 680s.
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    I would call them too to make sure.
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    They are Delphi 650cc injectors. Racetronix sells them (Had a set, I'm 100% sure they are).
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    I have the exact same set (bought new from Racetronix, same part numbers and everything) sitting here at my house. Like I said, I'm 100% sure they are 650's
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    The 17113814 is a Rochester injector number that denotes a 650cc injectors. PTE always rates theirs a bit higher. Everyone else sells em as 650/660cc injector, PTE advertises 680's. Everyone else 850cc, PTE 880cc. They are what you paid for.
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    caseyk Proven Member

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    Thanks for the information everybody! I'd say I got these injectors for a great deal.
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    ^ Heck yeah! 650's for less then $100 is a steal!
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    For $50 make sure you get them cleaned/flowtested before you throw them on a car. Dont want 1 to go bad and fry a cylinder.
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